Daniel Colman scored another win in what has been an incredible 2014 for the poker pro. (Image: pokerarena.cz)
Daniel Colman may not be the most poker that is beloved on the planet, but he is certainly building a situation for being one of the better, or at least one of the finest, this year. If there was any doubt as to simply how good a 2014 he had been having, Colman caused it to be clear along with his performance at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open (SHRPO) Main Event this week.
Colman battled through a tough final table and then dominated in heads up play to win the SHRPO Main Event, and also a $1,446,710 prize that is first. It marks the time that is fourth has won a competition rating of at the very least $1 million this 12 months.
Big One for starters Drop Winner
The $1 million buy-in charity tournament held at the World Series of Poker (WSOP) for those that don’t remember, Colman was the winner of this year’s Big One for One Drop. Colman gained notoriety not just for winning the tournament and its $15.3 million prize that is first but in addition for coming across unhappy (or, at least, uninterested) after winning. Later, he commented that he saw poker as ‘a very dark game’ and wasn’t enthusiastic about marketing his victories or the game it self.
But which was definately not the only noise he’s made on the tournament scene this year. This May, Colman won the Super High Roller event, worth more tha